abel deuring <email@example.com> wrote
>I guess that you are using the atp870u driver for the Acard adapter.
>This driver clips the data returned for the INQUIRY command to 36 bytes,
>but the Snapscan backend needs more data from this command to work
>properly. Stephen Carr got a similar problem with the atp870u driver and
>a Umax scanner; he could fix it by patching the atp870u driver.
Cool, thanks, that fixes the floating point bug... but it's still not
Now when I test the backend, scanimage goes into an infinite loop
and I am left with no choice but to hit Ctrl-C.
The debug output of "scanimage -T" (which I put up at
http://www.tygger.net/~wico/snapscan/debug1.txt ) has a scary
looking line near the end that says:
[snapscan] (undef): Hung up because expected bytes is 0. Please report!
...so I figure I'd better do as it says :)
Anyway, I'll stock up on chocolate, Coca-Cola and cigarettes and see
what I can do tonight - but I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to the
mysterious world of SCSI so I doubt I'll be able to come up with much.
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